# Captain Pun's favourite animals

My good friend Captain Pun's party was a truly excellent event. His new boat - the venue - was a beautiful thing to behold, decorated throughout with nonograms in frames (as anybody who knows him might well expect).

I spent rather a long time admiring one in particular: "Ah!" spoke Captain Pun from beside me. "My favourite animals... Solve the nonogram, say what you see, and you'll learn which two-word sea creatures are my absolute favourites!"

Can you solve the two-colour nonogram to help me work out the Captain's favourite animals?

This puzzle can be solved without guessing. Note that cells filled with different colours do not necessarily need to have a gap between them. Numbers in (bold circles) are (blue), while those in normal weight are black.

• Is it possible to solve this online?
– user64580
Commented Dec 29, 2019 at 21:05
• @Stiv I guess what it means is some web/mobile-friendly version of the puzzle (like using puzz.link) so no need to rewrite on excel or paper. Commented Dec 29, 2019 at 21:25
• I mean, I don’t have access to paper etc. So I thought if I could do it on my phone, like here puzzle-nonograms.com
– user64580
Commented Dec 29, 2019 at 21:26
• @Jdrupal I see - fine to do it on something like MS Paint using the fill tool, or recreating it in another form (Excel, a web tool, etc.). I would naturally advise against any kind of automated 'brainless' solve (that seems rather against the spirit of the puzzle) but no need to print off and scan in a solution if you have a way to do it all electronically... Does that answer your question now? Good luck :)
– Stiv
Commented Dec 29, 2019 at 21:37
• Thank you. I don’t have time to copy it over. It was just if you had created it using some kind of electronic tool. Then there would maybe be a way to solve it online. Thanks anyway :)
– user64580
Commented Dec 29, 2019 at 21:53

Here is the solved nonogram:

The image shows:

A map of the British Isles, with Wales highlighted in blue.

Thus, Captain Pun's favorite animals are

BLUE WHALES

• That's the one! Well done :) +1 The green checkmark will be yours if you can fix the one small error in the second line up from the bottom (your '1' square is in the wrong place...)
– Stiv
Commented Dec 30, 2019 at 18:26
• d'oh! should be fixed now! Commented Dec 30, 2019 at 18:42
• Perfect :) The checkmark is yours!
– Stiv
Commented Dec 30, 2019 at 19:06